The reality of our lives breathes within an unobstructed illusion of sound. The sounds like slurping the liquid, footsteps, clapping, argument, sneezing…etc… all these noises are registered under the nature’s audio bookmark. All these sounds have become a part of our life and we tentatively do it because we are so habitual towards it.
Earlier days, people communicated through letters, fax, and telephone, like birds communicated through their singing and humming. But now the era is evolving and so does the internet, this new idea: the internet sound would bring ease of accessibility in every human life.
As we can see, that the sound communication has started already, Shazam or sound hound, Samsung voice, iTalk are the audio recognition services offered to the world.
Have you ever heard any sound while chatting with a friend on Facebook or searching something on Google, or any other internet services which you can access but no sound could be heard? The sound of internet machine is more than 20 times compared to the hertz of a clicking sound. So just imagine how the workers would manage each and every day listening to such a loud sound.
Many at times we ignore the objective reality (what really exist) because we tend to accept the subjective reality (what we perceive). Previously sound was considered only as a substitute for data tracking, it was not for ears or air but for wire.
But here it is the internet sound brings more than just a noise. It will help the digital world not to stress too much with information but via sound the machine can register, talk and sing as well.
The speakernet is the internet of sound. The first most things are by using sound as a link to send the networks to the remote area. Secondly, the advantage of creating an another network for data transmission to the places where other network cannot reach but sound, which will take over the hindrance of sending small amount of data through other networks, or to the reachable ranges where only few URL’s can be accessed.
The beneficial factor is that sound is the only thing which can be reached anywhere, we can insignificantly regenerate the ATM’s, radio channels, Broadcast channels, TV’s, “if there is sound, it can send data”.
The darker side is that these connections are bit slower and might create much traffic in the signal, but it can be avoided to a certain level. The signal might be strong in holding the data but would be totally weak in terms of the audible capacity.
Finally there would be a sound network which can reach anywhere and anytime without much hindrance. though there are some limitations but it is fab to have such a network where the data’s are just not stored as information but relatively acts.